Supervision is essential, but it can become so narrowly focused on a particular case or didactic method that larger issues and challenges remain unexplored. If you’re looking for a fresher, more engaging approach to supervision, this is the workshop for you. We’ll begin by exploring ways to approach challenging situations---when you like or dislike a client
Increasing numbers of therapists are adding coaching techniques to their skill set, and this workshop will show you why. In addition to helping motivate clients to action, incorporating a coaching-oriented approach can enhance your work with individuals who are eager for results or who resist therapy because they equate it with pathology.
Today’s technological advances have introduced a slew of innovative ways to expand and even reinvent practice, allowing us to deliver psychotherapy services to far-flung clients whom we may seldom (or never) meet in person. This workshop will explore in-depth five new therapy-delivery approaches: psychotherapy via chat, e-mail, telephone,
With the financial and job markets in turmoil, money troubles and career worries are among the top concerns for many clients, unmoored as much by unconscious fears as by real hardships. This workshop will explore the attitudes, anxieties, and personal baggage
While some seasoned therapists may experience burnout, others continue to bring creativity and joy to their clinical practice. This workshop will help you discover innovative ways to remain interested and engaged---professionally and personally---during your ongoing journey. We’ll discuss the importance of continuing to find new teachers and new types of